THE MICHJGAN L-AILY
EVEN THOUGH YOU DO NOT INTEND TO BUY
In all the latest and
have a line of SHIRTS,
JECK WEAR that cor..-
s all of the nobby ideas
Our prices are reasonable
for selsonable goods.
Come in and get one of the new backs that will
make your kodak up-to-date. There is no extra.
charge for autographic films.
CALKIN'S PHAR MACY
524 S. Sta ti street
fall and visit the most up-to-date and modern equip
establishment in Washtenaw County
& Mechanics Bank
5 South Main Street
its . . $75,000
in style and tit
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
'EFWRITE R CO. INC.,
N, Resident Salesman
4 So. University Avenue
A. F. Marquardt
516 E. Wiliam Street
FIISR LAST ROUND
FOR FRESH NTIS
Team Will Be Picked from Eight Men
Who Won Their Matches
C. H. DOHERTY SPRAINS ANKLE
Five matches in the All-Fresh ten-
nis tournament were finished yester-
day afternoon at Ferry field. These
matches make up the last round of the
tourney before the freshmen entrain
for the Maumee city where they meet
the Scott High School racket wielders
next Saturday afternoon.
The freshman team will be picked
from the eight men who won their
matches in the round which was fin-
ished yesterday. Goodbridge, Steb-
bins, Coons, Sherwood, Shartel, Stek-
etee, Epstean and Stocking, being the
ones who either proved themselves the
better men, or won their matches by
default. Goodridge d. Wehmeyer, 6=-4,
6-3, on Tuesday afternoon in the last
round of the tournament while the
remaining matches were decided yes-
terday. Stebbins d. Adams 6-0, 6-3;
Coons d. Moses 6-1, 6-3; Sherwood
d. Burton 6-9, 6-0; Shartel d.
Doty 6-3, 6-3; Epstean d. Stev-
enson 6-0, 7-5; Steketee drew a bye
in yesterday's schedule, while Stock-
ing won from Doherty by default.
While playing his second round
match on Tuesday, Charles H. Doherty
Jr., '18E, sprained his ankle and as a
result was unable to continue in the
(except Friday and Saturday)
322-324 S. Main St.
Friday-"O'Garry of the Royal Mount-
Saturday-"The Ambitious Baron" with
Francis X. Bushman.
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
April 26.27, Mon.-Tues.-W. H. Crane in
"David Harfum." 6 parts.
April 28, Wed.-Katherine Kaeired in
"Your Girl and Mine," in 5 parts.
Price 15 cents.
April 29-30.,Thurs.-Fri.-Winifred Kinge-
ton in "The Love Route." 4 parts.
NO DEPOSIT WITH MEASURE
711 N. VNIVERSITY
Now is the opportune time
to be measured for
SHOWS:AFTERNO0NS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
wednesday, April 28--Vivian Martin in
"The Arrival of Perpetua," 5-pt.World
Film. Special matinee at 2:30.
Thursday, April 29-"The Millionaire's
Hundred Dollar Bill," with Leah
Baird, 2-part drama. *'A Foothill
Problem," i-part drama. Also a r
part comedy and a i-part drama.
Friday, April 30-Robert Edeson in'"The
Girl I Left behind Me," 5part Fox fea-
ture. ]Fxtra matinee at 2:30.
- cloth patterns are all specials. The woolen
ise we represent has amonopoly on them,.
among our specials. They are the real attraction this
r. An "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
les, but much subdued so as to give a rich effect
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
T FUR NITURF COMPANY and examine for themselves
endid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
many instances, A SAVING OF ioo PER CENT, as
red with prices usually charged.
Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
y suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
ke special furniture to order.
iders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ie facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
n" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
ce Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
ree blocks west to factory of
IE-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin and Divisem Streets
t' ' ll ''uL. 'tdF rfn
for your profit-drink
- saklngass of i bilof vga, '
The team which will represent the
' freshmen in Saturday's matches will
be chosen by lot and will be announc-
ed tomorrow morning so that the mem-
bers will have an opportunity to prac-
tice together in doubles, as well as in
N. E. PINNEY LEAVES FOR RIPON
TO DEBATE IN PEACE CONTEST
Victory Tomorrow Night Entitles Him
to Honor of Speaking in Lake
When N. E., Pinney, '16, left at 5:30'
o'clock this morning for Ripon college,
Wisconsin, Michigan took the second
step towards winning the National
Peace contest honors which have been'
captured twice before by the univer-
sity. A victory for Pinney tomorrow
night at Ripon will entitle him .to the
honor of speaking as the representa-
tive of the Central group of states at
the finals to be held at Lake Mohonk,
New York, May 20.
The United States has been arbitrar-
ily divided in to six groups of states:
North Atlantic, South Atlantic, Central,'
Western, Mountain and Pacific. Each
of these groups will hold a contest
similar to the Ripon college event to
determine upon its representative in
the finals, thus making six participantsj
for the Mohonk battle. Pinney, victor
in the State Peace contest of March
19, will act as speaker for Michigan in
the Central group contest in which the
states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio,
Illinois and Indiana will take part.
Prizes of $75 and $50 will be awarded
to first and second places in this:
The oratory department is hopeful of
victory in the coming fray, as Pinney's
delivery and the character of his ora-
tion won the State Peace honors easily.
Fresh lit baseball practice today,
3:00 o'clock, Ferry field. Important.
Senior lit baseball practice 3:30
o'clock today, Ferry field.
Important meeting of Mimes at 7:00
o'clock tonight at the Union.
Choral Union rehearsal 7:00 o'clock
tonight. - Ladies meet in school of mu-
sic, and men at Congregational church.
Low enough in front
to be comfortable
Hig h enough in back
to be correct in style.
EARL & WILSON
MAKERS OF TROY'S BEST PRODUCT.
Davis & Ohlinger
Dance Programs and
Robbins toE AddressClassicalClub
Prof. F. E. Robbins, of the Greek,
department, will address the meeting
of the classical club in room A Mem-
orial hall, at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow on
the subject, "The Lot of the Oracle
Delphi." This meeting is open to the
Exchanged at Union Saturday night,-
gray Balmacaan top coat. Gloves in
pocket. Call Vera Burridge, 452.
CAPS AND 6OWNS
-Best materials and workmanship
-Perfect fit guaranteed
-Rental charge $2.OO from Swing-
Out to Commencement.
-No paymentu t i l outfit is
-Be measured early.
ROUND TRIP VIA
They are Betting Even at Lloyd's
that the war will end by Sept. ist. We'll bet
you even that if you take a little fifteen dollar
Victrola with you the next time you go canoe-
ing, you'll show your girl the best time yet.
Come down and look them over;
it won't cost you a cent.
Choice of many Routes
going and returning
All your questions gladly answered.
Call on or address
MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. R.
120-122 E. Liberty
DB. eD. HAIR CUTS
o-date white enamel
chair; new Webber
en ased one month;
s and other small in
1 sell very cheap.
)rd, 17 E. Maple av-
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Oigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. a
Call 1812-M Cook Taxi Co.
Pezzie's Barber S op
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet artieles. Phone 416. tI
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping through July and
August. Modern. Reasonable rent-
al. Convenient to both University
and down town sections. Call 976-J.
inn+, Tffrgn +Of 17-8
F. B. Stark, Prop.
Touring cars by the hour, sight
ing, limousines, baggage, etc.
Taxi rates, 25 cents
209 West Huron Street
Open day and night.
LOST-Black leather loose leaf
your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
harmacy, 703 Packard street, t